The new brew on the block in the Overberg is crafted by the Old Potter’s Inn & Brewhouse in Greyton.
They look good, taste good, and certainly make you feel good.
As for their names – you may find yourself switching from your love of pale ale to a traditional french ale (or vice versa) just because you like the name better!
These are the 4 Old Potter’s Inn beers currently available:
PALE ALE – light and filtered making for easy drinking (The City Slicker)
AMBER ALE – coppery in colour with lovely caramel and toffee flavours (The Rooinek)
SAISON – a traditional French farmhouse beer served up to workers in summer (The Plaas Japie)
IPA – very bitter and fragrant, the way an IPA (Indian Pale Ale) should be! Wundebar!! (The Flower Child)
A road trip to Greyton to spend an afternoon under the oak trees sipping these beauties outside the Brewhouse will be well worth it.